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Ecuador: Finding direction in an insurrection

Raúl Zibechi’s reading of the most recent revolt in ecuador unveils a shift in the radical politics of the americas (and perhaps beyond) – one announced earlier, embryonically, in the movements-insurrections of this century – and which we might wish … Continue reading

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The Quito commune: Ecuador’s insurrection

Alexander Kluge writes that the “sentiments are the true inhabitants of people’s paths of life. It can be said of them what is said of the Celts … : they are everywhere, we simply do not see them. The sentiments … Continue reading

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